Tag Archives: Aaron Rodgers

The Peterson Principle: 1/14/2017

By Tim Peterson For 22 years we didn’t have a football team. Now we get a team every year. Maybe next January the Jacksonville Jaguars will announce they will be moving to the City of Industry.

NFL Talk: 7/27/2016

By Tim Peterson Dennis Green was known for more than just pounding the lectern and yelling “The Bears are who we thought they were” after his Arizona Cardinals blew a 20 point lead and fell to Chicago in a Monday night game.

The Peterson Principle: 1/12/2015

By Tim Peterson Catch or no catch? That’s the question of the day. If you love the Cowboys then of course it was a catch. Dez Bryant made the greatest play of all time. If you hate the Cowboys then it was no catch. Bryant never had control and it was the greatest call of […]

The TEN: 9/24/2014

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

The Peterson Principle 2/6/12

Super Bowl XLVI The catch made by Mario Mannigham on the Giants game wining drive wasn’t as good as David Tyree’s four years ago. But it was a great play and a perfect throw by Eli Manning.

The Peterson Principle 1/9/12

So much for finding out how that new overtime system in the playoffs works out. One play? What happened to that dominant Pittsburgh defense?  

The Peterson Principle 1/2/12

The Bowl games continue through out this Holiday season. There have been some good (The Alamo Bowl) and some bad (The Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.) Whatever happened to the Astro Bluebonnet Bowl?”

The Peterson Principle 12/26/11

Notes and observations from Christmas Weekend 2011: It feels strange to have a Sunday in December with just one NFL Game. With Christmas falling on a Sunday all of the games were moved to Saturday the 24th leaving Green Bay and Chicago with the spotlight all to themselves on Sunday night.

The Peterson Principle 10/24/11

Yes Sir All the focus this week in the Valle Vista League was on Covina and San Dimas but did anybody notice Pomona’s Sir Darius Yabrough? He had an 80 yard run for a touchdown and a 70 yard TD scamper in a rout of Nogales. With another 200 yard performance he has accumulated over […]

The Peterson Principle 2/9/11

Ben Roethlisberger threw two picks and missed on several passes. One interception was returned to the house and the other cut short a drive. But despite all that, if Rashard Mendenhall doesn’t fumble early in the fourth quarter, you get the feeling the Steelers win the game.